A federal judge in Texas released British millionaire Christopher Tappin, who is charged with attempting to buy 50 batteries for Hawk surface-to-air missiles and ship them to Iran. Tappin, who has pleaded not guilty, was extradited to the U.S. in February following a lengthy legal battle. He faces up to 35 years in prison if convicted.

As Christopher Tapping walked out of court with his attorney he was asked various questions by a British reporter about his prison experience

Part of his bail conditions include monitoring of any e-mail and stay within five minutes of his attorney's home in suburban Houston. He must also wear an electronic monitor so officials can track his whereabouts.